WEIGHT: 60 kg
Services: Games, Lesbi-show hard, Parties, Pole Dancing, Cunnilingus
Higaonna was born in Nishimura, Naha  to a merchant family, whose business was selling goods to the north of Okinawa and shipping firewood back to Naha. Firewood was an expensive commodity in the Ryukyu Islands. His family belonged to the lower Shizoku class known as the Chikudun Peichin. In Western articles the two spellings are often used interchangeably.
He had an older relative, 5 years older, called Higaonna Kanryu who lived in Higashimura and was known as "Higashionna East". In September , with the help of Yoshimura Udun Chomei an Aji or prince , Higaonna gained the travel permit necessary to travel to Fuzhou, on the pretext of going to Beijing as a translator for Okinawan officials. There are records which show that in March he sailed to Fuzhou in the Fukien province of China.
Aragaki had given Higaonna an introduction to the martial arts master Kojo Taitei whose dojo was in Fuzhou. He also began to teach the martial arts in and around Naha.
He began by teaching the sons of Yoshimura Udun Chomei. His style was distinguished by its integration of both go-no hard and ju-no soft techniques in one system. He became so prominent that the name " Naha-te " became identified with Higaonna Kanryo's system. He travelled to China several times thereafter. His last visit was in when he escorted Yoshimura Chomei and two of his sons to Fuzhou.
History records that they were blown off-course to Zhejiang and travelled by land to Fuzhou with an escort provided by the local Zhejiang authorities. He began to teach Naha-te to the public in in the Naha Commercial School.